About ISO 9001, AS 9100 and AS 9110 Standards:
ISO 9001- Quality management systems-- Requirements
ISO 9001 is a quality management system (QMS) standard that requires an organization to meet its own requirements and those of its customers and regulators. It is based on the plan-do-check-act methodology, which helps organizations establish, implement, monitor and measure their processes to deliver results that align with the organization’s requirements and continually improve performance by taking appropriate action.
ISO 9001 is made up of eight sections: scope, normative reference, terms and definitions, quality management system, management responsibility, resource management, product realization and measurement, analysis and improvement. The first three sections provide general information about the standard, and the last five focus on how to implement it.
The AS9110 standard is complimentary to AS9100 and is based on the ISO 9001 quality management system. The AS9110 certification elevates the quality management system to the globally recognized standard. AS9110 takes a process-based approach by focusing on and identifying the key processes and achieving on-going improvements within those processes.
The scope of VisionSafe’s registrations include design, manufacture, assembly, service, and repair of the Emergency Vision Assurance System for the commercial, private, and military industries.